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So, I recently purchased my first gun off of gunbroker. The seller would only use guntab as payment. I had never heard of the company, and did an internet search but couldn’t find any actual reviews or discussion of the company, other than their website. I was a bit apprehensive, but continued with the purchase.

after completing checkout, I was emailed saying it would take a couple days to confirm funds and my FFL. In two days, I received another email saying they had released the funds and my gun would be shipped the next day. My friend, who is also my FFL, said they called him for a bit more information before it was completed.

the gun arrived today, 4 days after winning the auction. I know I’m just one user, but I was very pleased with the service of guntab. They advertise themselves as brokers for online firearms transactions. I hope this helps in case anyone else hasn’t used them and is in need of an actual users review, as opposed to company advertising.
 

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So, whatcha get . . . . . ? :rolleyes:
Well, I believe you know exactly what I got, as I asked you a few questions. And, you were my inspiration for getting it.

Finger Gun Firearm Trigger Gun accessory


A sistema 1927 that I won on gunbroker for what I believe was a good deal. I still don’t have it yet, hoping to head down to gun shop Monday or Tuesday.
 

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They're charging 2.9% to the seller. Do they allow payment by card, or just linked bank account? I signed up but don't see anywhere they allow me to register a card.

Square is 2.9% for invoiced payments by card. PP is 3%. I've never used Gunbrokers payment service, I wasn't aware they had one.
The only option I could find was bank account. Kind of like using a check.
 
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